En-Masse Conveyors


Key features and benefits:

  • Range of capacities from 1,000 BPH to 25,000 BPH
  • Maintain capacity up to a 5-degree incline
  • Galvanized construction on all standard units
  • AR bottoms and side liners are available
  • Heavy duty flame-cut sprockets; Split sprockets used on high-capacity units
  • Heavy duty roller chain and welded engineering class chain designed to size and capacity of conveyor with UHMW flights
  • Bolt-together construction for ease of maintenance and proper alignment
  • Return idlers used for small to midsize conveyors; Return rails for midsize to large conveyors
  • Hemmed covers provide strength and ensure a good moisture seal
  • In-line intermediate gates available in manual, electric or pneumatic options
  • Dodge motor mounts and drive guards standard
  • Units standard with right-hand drive; Left-hand is optional
  • Discharges provided with opening for optional plug switch
  • Carry back cups required when an end discharge gate is needed
  • 5-degree knee section available
  • Screw take-ups standard with tail section; Optional for head section


Configuring a AGI En-Masse Conveyor

The following steps outline the process of configuring an appropriate AGI conveyor for your application. These steps are intended as a guide only. We strongly advise contacting AGI to review your application and obtain the appropriate recommendations for your specific needs.

STEP 1: Determine application requirements

  • Material type handled
  • Power requirements vary for different grains
  • The method of feeding the conveyor: The conveyor can be flood fed where the capacity of the conveyor is determined by the speed of the chain. The conveyor can be control fed by a bucket elevator, for example. The conveyor capacity is affected by how it is fed
  • The required system capacity in bushels per hour or metric tons per hour
  • The length between the input and output of the conveyor

STEP 2: Select a standard model size

  • Review the model specifications in the En-Masse Conveyor section of the current AGI sales manual to choose a standard model based on the desired capacity

STEP 3: Choose options

  • Determine any desired options

STEP 4: Verify power, bearing diameter and maximum conveyor length

  • Use the tables in the current AGI sales manual to determine horsepower and bearing diameter requirements as well as maximum acceptable conveyor lengths.

STEP 5: Verify dimensions for the selected model size

  • Use the diagrams and tables in the current AGI sales manual for verification

If you have questions, please contact us and one of our experienced sales staff or engineers will work with you to ensure that you specify the right en-masse conveyor for your situation.